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canada's food price report

132 – Canada’s Food Price Report Predicts Prices Will Rise – What You Can Do

The latest data from Canada’s food price report suggests that the price of our groceries could rise another 4.5% in 2024. Household budgets will continue to be stretched throughout the year. Explore some creative strategies to decrease your monthly food bills even with inflation rising.

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131 – 5 Ways to Improve Your Finances in 2024

Are you wondering how to improve your finances in the new year? Goal setting and creating a financial plan can alter your spending habits and help build your savings. Find out how creating a budget can take the financial pressure off and give you peace of mind throughout the year.

new year money saving tips

130 – New Year Money Saving & Budget Tips For 2024

Are you looking for new year money saving tips to help improve your finances? If you have overspent this holiday season and have added to your debt load, you are not alone. Make a new years resolution to create a manageable budget that you can stick to throughout the year.

How to Build a Holiday Budget to Avoid Credit Card Debt

129 – How to Build a Holiday Budget to Avoid Credit Card Debt

Have you created a budget for your holiday spending? Will your credit card debt cause a holiday hangover in January? This holiday season be creative with your gifts and make your money go further. Find ways to stretch your savings so as to be in a better financial place in 2024.

debt relief canada

128 – When Should You Seek Debt Relief?

Should you pay off debt first or save? With interest rates and debt levels rising, many Canadians are wondering what they should do to better manage their finances. Here are a few strategies to help. Check out these budget tips to increase your savings and to also pay off debt.

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127 – More Canadians Are Living Paycheque-To-Paycheque

Should you pay off debt first or save? With interest rates and debt levels rising, many Canadians are wondering what they should do to better manage their finances. Here are a few strategies to help. Check out these budget tips to increase your savings and to also pay off debt.

Should You Pay Debts First or Save

126 – Should You Pay Debts First or Save

Should you pay off debt first or save? With interest rates and debt levels rising, many Canadians are wondering what they should do to better manage their finances. Here are a few strategies to help. Check out these budget tips to increase your savings and to also pay off debt.

Paying Off Your Credit Card With a Lower-Rate Card

125 – Paying Off Your Credit Card With a Lower-Rate Card

Are you wondering how to pay off your credit cards? Should you get a credit card with a low interest rate? Interest rates are rising and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. Find out if paying off one credit card with another is the best way to pay off debt.

best way to save for child's education in canada

123 – Saving for Your Child’s Education

Are you looking for the best way to save for your child’s education in Canada? Are you struggling to save with a budget that is constantly stretched? Find out the best way to save and how the Canadian government can help with your child’s education savings plan.

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59 – What Kind of Debt Counselling Does a Licensed Insolvency Trustee Offer?

When is debt counselling offered? Licensed Insolvency Trustee Daniel Maksymchak talks about the different aspects of debt counselling. He shares his experiences working with people who have benefited from the guidance of a professional.